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Life After WSP

 
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Waldorf School of Princeton alumni attend a wide variety of independent, parochial, and public high schools of their choice. Some even continue their education at Waldorf high schools located throughout the country.

Independent and Parochial High Schools:

Delbarton School
Elisabeth Irwin High School
George School
The Hun School of Princeton
Kent Place School
The Latin Academy
The Lawrenceville School
Mount Saint Mary Academy
Newark Academy
Notre Dame High School
Peddie School
The Pennington School
Princeton Day School
Purnell School
St. Joseph's High School
The Solebury School
Stuart Country Day School
Villa Victoria Academy


Public High Schools:

Delaware Valley Regional High School
Ewing High School
Hillsborough High School
Hopewell Valley High School
Hunterdon Central High School
Lawrence High School
Montgomery Township High School
Princeton High School
South Brunswick High School
South Hunterdon Regional High School
West Windsor-Plainsboro High School


Waldorf High Schools:

Green Meadow Waldorf School
High Mowing Waldorf School
Honolulu Waldorf School
Kimberton Waldorf School
Portland Waldorf School
Rudolf Steiner School
Sacramento Waldorf School



Waldorf School of Princeton alumni go on to attend a wide range of colleges and universities. Below is a list of some of these:
Alfred University
American University
Antioch College
Bard College
Bennington College
Brown University
Bryn Mawr College
Bucknell University
Bucks County Community College
Carnegie Mellon University
College of Wooster
Colgate University
Colorado College
Columbia University
Concordia College, Montreal
Connecticut College
Cornell University
DePaul University
Drew University
Elon College
Emerson College
Franklin and Marshall College
Fordham University
George Washington University
Goucher College
Hampshire College
Haverford College
Humbolt State University
Indiana University
Johns Hopkins University
Johnson Wales University
Kenyon College
Knox College
Loyola University
Marymount Manhattan
Mary Washington College
McPherson College
Mercer County Community College
Middlebury College
Monmouth University
Montclair State University
Mount Holyoke College
New Hampshire Institute of Art
The New School
New York University
Ohio University
Parsons The New School for Design
Penn State University
Pomona College
Princeton University
Radford University
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Rhode Island School of Design
Rice University
Rider University
Rochester Institute of Technology
Rowan University
Rutgers University
Salisbury University
Sarah Lawrence College
School of Visual Arts
Smith College
St. Lawrence University
St. Olaf College
Stanford University
Susquehanna University
Tulane University
Union College
University of Chicago
University of Delaware
University of Michigan
University of North Carolina
University of Pennsylvania
University of Rhode Island
University of St. Andrews in Scotland
University of Scranton
University of South Carolina
University of Vermont
University of Virginia
Ursinus College
Warren Wilson College
Wesley College
Wesleyan University
William and Mary
Yale University


The Research Institute for Waldorf Education has compiled data from Waldorf graduates throughout North America. Highlights from their research show:

  • 94% of Waldorf graduates attend college
  • 51% of Waldorf graduates pursue advanced degrees
  • 42% of Waldorf graduates choose science as a major in college
  • 89% of Waldorf graduates are highly satisfied in their choice of occupation


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